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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
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24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

Mr Bean (portrayed by Sir Rowan Sebastian Atkinson) is a lazy, crazy, clumsy, mischievous and destructive lunatic alien man from outer space who has fallen to earth out of his UFO. join him on his adventures of solving problems and creating worse disasters in this hilarious slapstick science fiction comedy Television sitcom series for the entire family.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 2, 1992

Also Known As: Jaś Fasola, มิสเตอร์ บีน |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

slapstick
eccentric
immaturity
sitcom

Company Credits

Production Co: Tiger Aspect Productions, Thames Television |  See more »

Cast

Caroline Quentin
as The Traffic Warden
William Vandyck
as The Checkout Manager
Colin Wells
as Man with Pony Tail
Harriet Eastcott
as Electrocuted Woman
Elliot Henderson-Boyle
as Baby
Robert Austin
as Party Guest
Tina Maskell
as The Royal
Teddy
as Teddy
Bridget Brammall
as The Dental Nurse
Jamie Yeates
as Jamie
Rupert Bates
Marilyn Finlay
as Car Driver
Su Douglas
as The Lady with Letter
David Stoll
Sophie Thompson
Lydia Henderson-Boyle
as Irritated Mother
Roger Lloyd-Pack
Jacqueline Defferary
as Woman in Laundry Room
Paul McDowell
as The Customer
John Junkin
as The Maitre D'
Aksel
Penelope Nice
Sam Driscoll
as Boy in Chemistry Lab
Simon Godley
as Rupert
Julia Howson
as Monique
Cindy Milo
as Nude Model in Art Class
Roger Sloman
as The Blind Man/The Heart Attack Man
Chris Sanders
as Butcher
John Warner
as Salvation Army Band Conductor
Anna-Marie Wayne
as Carol Singer
Al Ashton
as ACF Drill Instructor
Paul Bown
as The Student
Matilda Ziegler
as The Girlfriend/Irma Gobb/The Waitress
Anthony Hamblin
as Coin Pusher Kid
Grant Masters
as Man in Laundry Room
Steve McNicholas
as The Violinist
Jonathan Stratt
Rowan Atkinson
as Mr. Bean
Andy Greenhalgh
David Schneider
as Judo Instructor
Hugo Mendez
as The Boy in Park/The Young Boy
Richard Briers
as Mr. Sprout
Phyllis Calvert
Matthew Ashforde
as Hotel Porter/Young Man with Candy Apple
Howard Goodall
as Musician/The Church Organist
Christopher Ryan
as Karate Student
Christopher Driscoll
as Barber/Man in School Corridor
Sam Mead
as The Schoolboy
Nick Hancock
as The Camera Thief/The Ticket Inspector
Phil Nice
as Disco Dancer
Danielle Kronenberg
as Kid in Toy Shop
Alan Shaxon
as Eddie Spangle
Michael Fenton Stevens
as Hotel Guest
Carl Bryden
as Boy
Roger Lloyd Pack
as The Waiter
Dave O'Higgins
as The Busker
Robin Driscoll
as Man Buying Ride Tokens/Man in Queue/The Cinema Manager/The Police Sergeant/Ticket Inspector
Lee Barrett
as Pickpocket
Vanessa Cherié Guarnera
as Girl
David Battley
as Golf Attendant
Tony Haase
as Derek
Mark Khan
as Disco Dancer
Suzy Aitchison
John Rolfe
as The Postman
Frederick Treves
as Colonel
John Barrard
as Stamp Collector
Suzanne Bertish
as Art Teacher
Richard Wilson
as The Dentist
Christine Ellerbeck
as Mum
Dursley McLinden
as The Shoe Salesman
Danny La Rue
as Self
Michael Godley
as Man in Wheelchair
C.J. Allen
as Santa outside Harrods
Zara McDowell
as Girl
Rudolph Walker
as The Invigilator
Nathan Lewis
as The Car Thief
John Clegg
as Calligrapher
George Webb
as Headmaster
Angus Deayton
as Man on Park Bench/The Pool Attendant
Tracey Roberts
Susie McKenna
as Baby's Mother/Mother
Andy Bradford
as Bumper Cars Attendant
Richard Marcangelo
as Musician
Roger Brierley
as Hotel Manager
Elizabeth Bennett
Lucy Fleming
as Angry Teacher with Boy
Stephen Frost
as The Laughing Man
Owen Brenman
as Harrods Store Manager
Eryl Maynard
as The Air Hostess
Rupert Vansittart
as Guardsman/Hubert
Nick Scott
as Man in Booth
Helen Burns

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1992 | 15 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival 1990

Winner

Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival

BAFTA Awards 1991

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Light Entertainment Programme

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Light Entertainment Performance

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